The Ultimate Travel Guide to Seville

Welcome to the sunny and vibrant city of Seville, the capital of Andalucia and the fourth largest city in Spain. Seville has an extremely rich heritage dating back to the Roman Empire, stunning architecture, as well as a fantastic culture and a vibrant atmosphere.

Some of the most famous sites in Sevilla include the incredible Alcazar, the Gothic Cathedral with its famous Bell Tower, la Giralda, as well as the  magnificent Plaza de Espana. Sevilla has something for everyone, whether you are interested in exploring its culture, visiting the famous monuments, indulging in the delicious cuisine on a tapas trail in Triana, or dancing to one of the ferias throughout the year.

Sevilla is a must-see destination in Andalucia. In this ultimate travel guide to Sevilla we will go on a journey around the city and its surroundings, experiencing the best the city has to offer.


Sevilla Itineraries:

These are my comprehensive guides to exploring fantastic Seville. These Sevilla itineraries have been designed to help you make the most of your time in the city, whether you are here for a quick weekend getaway or a longer trip. There are so many things to do in Seville, so I’ve gathered the best of them in this collections of itineraries, grouping the attractions by distance and adding my personal recommendations.

Get ready to discover Sevilla!

The Best Things to Do In Sevilla

I have prepared guides on the top experiences and touristic attractions in Seville, that shouldn’t miss from your itinerary. From exploring the stunning Alcazar to marveling at the Plaza de Espana, from hiding from the sun under the umbrellas of a terrace in Triana, enjoying a cold drink and tapas to discovering the amazing architecture of Giralda, there is something for everyone in Sevilla.

Great ready to discover the best things to do in Seville with my recommendations.

Special Days in Sevilla

Easter and Christmas are very important holidays in Sevilla, both being marked by incredible festivities that shouldn’t be missed. The celebrations offer a unique perspective into the local culture and are great times to visit Seville and get involved in the festive cheer. In the guides below I will tell you what to expect from spending Christmas and Easter in Malaga, where to find the best processions and how to enjoy the ferias alongside the locals.

Sevilla Food Guides:

Sevilla is not just a great city to visit but also a great place to taste the delicious Andalucian food that reflects its culture. In these food guide for Sevilla I am highlighting the typical dishes you must try here, such as Secreto Iberico or Carrillada, and the best places to eat them at.

Join me a on culinary journey around Sevilla to discover the mouth-watering flavours the city has to offer.

Transport In and Around Sevilla

Whether you’re traveling from the airport to your hotel, exploring the city’s top sights, or venturing out to the surrounding areas, there are plenty of transport options available to make your journey in and around Sevilla smooth and hassle-free.

Day Trips From Sevilla

Sevilla is a great city to discover over a long weekend. There is however so much more to explore in the surrounding areas, when you are here for a longer time. From pretty whitewashed villages to lush nature, the region around Sevilla is filled with places waiting to be explored. In this section of my travel guide to Sevilla I am telling you all about the places which make some of the best day trip from Sevilla, complete with insider tips on how to get there, where to park, what to see, and where to eat.

These day trips from Sevilla are no longer than two hours away from the city.

White Villages Near Sevilla

Whilst there are not as many white village near Seville as they are near Malaga or Cadiz, they are still a must for every culture lover. These white villages, also called pueblos blancos, have picturesque houses, narrow alleyways and incredible mountain backdrops – picture perfect!

Visiting a white village near Seville is a great way to learn about the Moorish past of the area and their defense role against the potential invaders. They were most of the times built on top of hill or side of mountains, with great visibility around to see the attackers coming from the land or sea.

Today, these white villages in Andalucia make great places to visit.